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Psychological animes are basically anime for people that dislike the blood and gore of horror anime but love the thrills. If you love a good though provoking romp with more meaning hidden in the cracks rather than outright romance or gore, then these anime series are some good options to check out.
The Avengers are a crack team of superheroes that appear in the Avenger comic books published by Marvel Comics. They've risen to international fame outside of the comic community in the 2012 live-action film Marvel's The Avengers and its upcoming sequel The Avengers: Age of Ultron. While you can read the main storyline published by Marvel simply titled Avengers and enjoy the team fighting villains like Loki, Korvac, Ultron, and Thanos there is much more to this particular comic book universe. With any superhero team comes a bunch of spin-off series, alternate timelines, and side stories. For the comic book fan young or old with an attachment to the Avengers, here are some great reads within the same universe.
Silver Spoon, or Gin no Saji, was and continues to be massively underrated by anime audiences. Many skipped it and subsequent seasons after it premiered because of the seemingly underwhelming plot--an city boy going to a farming high school. However, as a person who grew up on a farm surrounded by a farming community, I always got a strange little kick out of seeing city kids on a farm for the first time. Farming anime overall is an extremely under used plot and that is probably because there is little interest in it aside from the very small sect of anime fans from farms. At face value, Silver Spoon presented itself as a comedy anime but it ended up being smattered with poignant questions that rural communities occasionally have to face as well as actually giving some accurate educational information and a valuable lesson on the rewards of hard work.
Unlike its brother gathering professions, fishing is significantly more complicated. There is a fishing log, but unlike the gathering log it does not give specific locations on where to find the nodes. In fact, there are no nodes at all. You just have to toss your line out there, but there are particular locations all around Eorzea that one has to discover. Unlike mining or botany (at least until level 50), there are some circumstances that effect what can be caught and when. This makes fishing kind of the biggest pain in the butt out of everything else in the game, however this is kind of a good thing. People, unless very bored, don't want to put the effort into leveling fishing, so those that do are rolling in the money at higher levels.
I am sure everyone has heard of a bucket list, it is a list of things you want to do before you kick the bucket. Today I feel that I have nailed down a fairly accurate list of what animes that an anime fan should see before they die. Some of these are fairly new, others are relatively old. In an attempt to remain unbiased I have compiled this list from input of several other anime fans who generally agree with this list, though could never settled on an order. So thus, there is no order for this anime bucket list.
ArcheAge is a previously Asia-only Sandbox MMORPG that has recently made its appearance on the western stage. ArcheAge is praised for its in-depth crafting system, expansive world for players to explore and PvP that allows player to not just fight another faction, but their own as well. Those who have indulged in ArcheAge may know of the two default factions - the Nuia and the Haranya - but those are not the only options available. The game allows players who commit enough bad deeds to become banished from their faction and join the Pirate faction, officially embracing the pirate's life. While many are enticed by the pirate's life in ArcheAge, it's not easy. Getting into the Pirate faction can be a task in and of itself, but the pirate's life comes with as many downfalls as it does benefits.
Total War: Rome II is Creative Assembly's latest edition to their Total War strategy games series. This anticipated new addition is set to release September 3, 2013. The playable factions represents the key powers of the time period. These factions include Greco-Roman, Barbarians, and Eastern cultures. While many of these factions will seem familiar to those that played the first Total War: Rome, Creative Assembly has retooled them for a supposedly deeper form of gameplay.
Unlike young adult fiction adaptations, zombie apocalypses, and action movies featuring gruff men with troubled pasts, period drama is vast genre, but rarely an oversaturated one. However, as every history teacher chides their flock come term paper time, the media adaptations never make up for the real written deal. As history is written by the victors, some of the written word is likely wrong, but period dramas are re-written once more to be made for the audience. That said, period dramas do get a few things right, even if it is just the gist of the story, and, if nothing else, they bring an era to life in living color to pique the interest of another generation.
Between AMC's hit with The Walking Dead and the long awaited film remake of Max Brooks' novel World War Z, zombies seem to working their way further into people's hearts and minds. And then possibly eating them. However, zombie literature is not just limited to World War Z and The Zombie Survival Guide. Oh yes, it goes far beyond those two classic zombie novels. Some of the best zombie books tell of the struggles of survivors during the zombie apocalypse, others tell the sad tales of sentient zombies trying to live normal lives after undeath.